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Incarnational living is a buzz phrase right now, whether it is in the literature of the emerging church or in the call of inner-city church planters to move into areas of deprivation. But what does it mean? Is it living locally rather than commuting to church? Is it participating in local community? Or is it concentrating on relationships rather than programmes?
This day will consider these ideas and translate them into action to change what we do and the way we live.
Andrew Grinnell will lead us in a day where we will discuss the following questions:
What do we mean by Incarnational Living?
Is it a helpful term or just buzz words?
Does it inspire us to follow Christ in the 21st Century context?
How can Incarnational Living be sustainable?
A bit about Andrew:
Andrew Grinnell works for the Salvation Army’s ALOVE department and oversees the development of its NEO (New Expressions Of…) church plants across the UK. He teaches on many training courses, including Crucible and Resource, lives in Leeds and has a passion to see Christians working alongside communities and not just providing things for them to do.
St Margaret's Church, Shipley Fields Road, Frizinghall, Bradford, BD18 2DH
£10/person, pay on the day (Includes good lunch and drinks)
Contact David Arscott on 0113 350 8070 (office) 07789 397273 (mb) or firstname.lastname@example.org
Frizinghall train station - 4 min walk
Shipley train station - 15 min walk
Local on-road parking
Buses from Bradford Interchange - 662 to Keighley every 10mins - alight at Shipley fields road - 3min walk
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